By Amanda Wicks

Iggy Pop took a small break from his newest project with Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme, and joined a slew of musicians at the Tibet House Benefit on Monday night (February 22nd). Alongside performances by FKA Twigs, Sharon Jones and more, Iggy served up two David Bowie songs.

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Iggy performed “The Jean Genie” and “Tonight” (via Pitchfork).

Speaking about the song “Tonight,” Iggy told the audience, “It’s a wonderful, elegant song with a deceptively simple lyric, and I think it’s the right lyric for right now and for tonight.”

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Jones joined Iggy at the halfway point to lend her vocals to the cover. “Everyone will be alright tonight,” Jones sang, the lyrics taking on a more meaningful quality, considering she announced in mid-September 2015 that her cancer had returned.

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